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We are delighted to announce that you can pre-order ”LIVE IN SLEAZE” today!

 

Back in 2005 we made a mess everywhere we went. We were the first sleaze rock act in decades to get signed directly to a major label. In support of our critically acclaimed and charting debut album ”Rest in sleaze”, we toured every small venue in Sweden. We had a small but growing crowd every night. We were four hungry and naive men in our 20s, out to destroy mostly everything that went our way.

 

This live album contains one of the few live recordings from this era. Only months later, lead singer Dave Lepard would leave this earth. This is a chance to witness the raw and unpolished energy of a young and furious rock band.

 

Mixed and mastered by ”Rest in Sleaze” producer Chris Laney.

Artwork by Christel Mentges

 

1. Tikket
2. Breakin' the chainz
3. Queen obscene
4. Riot in everyone
5. Angelfuck
6. It's a miracle
7. Out of line
8. Chinese democracy
9. Back on trakk
10. Straight outta hell

 

Pre-order on CD, LP and DOWNLOAD at: http://www.dietrecords.org/crashdiet/lis

 

Estimated release date: October-November

 

Yours truly.

 

//CRASHDÏET

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On 9/11/2017 at 1:09 PM, Stefan said:

YAY! Another awesome live album. Can't get enough of them!

 

 

*sarcasm*

SARCASM!!

 

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On 9/30/2017 at 4:03 AM, Glen said:

Great song bit I'll stick with the studio album.

No live album after about 1985 is actually worth buying. 

Not into live albums anymore myself, I'll stick with the classics.

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